PEOPLE are racing to get to ‘second hand Greggs’, eager to nab baked goodies and sweet treats on the cheap.
Bargain hunters are running to get to their nearest ‘second hand Greggs’, desperate to nab cheap bakes and sweet treats[/caption]
Greggs super fan Cory took to social media to alert other shoppers to the cheap eats[/caption]
He spotted baguettes for only £1.20[/caption]
The 26-year-old Greggs super fan, who has previously referred to himself as ‘Greggs on legs’, explained that at this chain, you can nab sweet snacks for as little as 60p, as well as festive bakes and baguettes for bargain prices.
Cory referred to the outlet store as ‘second hand Greggs’, as he said: “The best thing about Barry is the second hand Greggs.”
The Greggs Outlet stores, which are in half price and less., and Wales, sell day-old goods for
With these brilliant shops, you’ll be able to nab your favourite snacks, with some up to 75% less than what the standard Greggs charge.
There’s currently 30 outlet stores across the country and they were originally opened to support socially deprived areas, offering them cheaper food as well as being sustainable by offering unsold items.
Food is sent to these stores if the chain’s nearby factories have made too many batches, normal priced stores have been unable to sell all their stock, or if items are misshapen.
Cory then shared: “You can get any two pasties for £1.40, even the festive bakes.
“My favourite is the corned beef pasty, but they’re always sold out. Me and Greggs are gonna have beef soon – corned beef.
“So I went for sausage, cheese and bean.
“And the baguettes are only £1.20. That’s so cheap!”
Cory then showed off the sweet treats, as he added: “They do loads of sweet stuff here too.
“£2.90 for a massive box of 12 doughnuts. That’s properand a proper bargain.
“Box of yum yums, 60p or a box of doughnuts for 60p.
“I’m getting the ham and cheese baguette.”
Not only can you buy tasty food on the cheap, but they’ll also heat it up for you too, as he continued: “And the best thing about this Greggs, they heat up your baguette for you. You gotta be kidding me.
“All of this cost me £2.60 and look how melted the cheese is.
“The baguette’s nice and crispy. This is stunning.
“If you’re near Barry anytime soon, you need to try it out.”
Social media users were left stunned at the cheap buys and many were eager to express this in the comments.
One person said: “Omg I need this in my life.”
Another added: “It’s amazing there.”
A third commented: “I wishhhhh we had Greggs outlet.”
Meanwhile, someone else claimed: “That’s amazing prices for this day and age.”
At the same time, one Greggs fan tagged a bargain hunter and penned: “We need a Greg’s shopping spree here.”
There’s a variety of Greggs outlet locations around the country, and if you live in Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leicester, Bradford, Glasgow, Sheffield, Southampton or London, you’ll want to check this out.
For those desperate to visit a Greggs outlet, you can find the full list of locations on the Greggs website.
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It’s also buy one get one free on doughnuts[/caption]
You can nab a 12 pack of ring doughnuts for just £2.90[/caption]
Cory nabbed a bake and a baguette and was left beaming with his buys[/caption]